Exhibits Archives

International Colored Pencil Exhibit

Elements by Dee Overly
17th CPSA International Exhibition
Jacqueline C. Hudgens Center for the Arts
Duluth, GA
July 9 – August 29, 2009


That’s me, standing underneath “Crossing the Elements.” It is such an honor to get accepted into this CPSA exhibit. I feel so blessed. This show is getting more difficult all the time.

This year there were nearly 700 pieces entered with only 122 chosen. During one evening of the convention, we watched a slide show of all the entries. There was so much amazing artwork; the choosing process must have been mind boggling.

There was a five day convention that ended with an artist reception at the gallery in Duluth. We had workshops, meetings, a banquet and lots of interaction and getting to know other artists. Very fun time. I plan on going to another one. Thanks for reading. Have a grand day!

Ann Arbor Women Artists Summer Juried Exhibit


This art exhibit is showing through the month of June at the Riverside Arts Center, 76 N. Huron, Ypsilanti, MI. Lynda Schumacher had a camera ready to take my pic with my colored pencil piece “Griffith Park in 1944.” There is some fabulous work in this exhibit, so if you are in the area, do stop by.

Congrats to the award winners: 1st place went to “Butter and Margarine” by Kristen Letts Kovak, 2nd place to “Catching Air” by Bill Knudstrup, and 3rd place to “Hands over Time” by Joan Miller. The juror, Beth Steinkellner, also choice Honorable Mentions for the artwork of Barbara Melnick Carson, Marie Glysson, Marilyn Marsh, Sandi Miller, Vickie Peterson-Michalak, and Marty Walker.

Chelsea Painters Art Fair


Chelsea PaintersArt Fair
JUNE 6th & 7th, 2009
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On the Grounds of the Chelsea Community Hospital

Help Us Celebrate Our 36th Year!

The Chelsea Painters 36th Annual Art Fair will be held Saturday, June 6th and Sunday, June 7th, 2009 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the grounds of the Chelsea Community Hospital. The Hospital is located at 775 S. Main St. (M-52), Chelsea, MI.The event is free and open to the public and will be held in a comfortable, wooded setting.

A percentage of proceeds will be donated to the Chelsea Center for the Arts (CCA) and to the Chelsea Community Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Fund.

Children’s activities sponsored by theChelsea Center for the Arts

The Chelsea Center for the Arts (CCA) will offer hands-on art activities for children during the Art Fair. This event is also free of charge.

For more information, including a map, driving directions and a picture gallery, please visit:    http://www.ChelseaPainters.com/artfair.htm
We Hope to See You There!

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